nDreams' narrative-driven sci-fi story The Assembly will be wheeled on to the PlayStation Store in time for the launch of PlayStation VR next week. The game – which plots the tale of two scientists working in a seedy underground facility – hopes to test your morality, as questions are raised about the motives of the organisation that you're employed by.
The game will set you back $29.99/£19.99, so it's definitely not going to occupy the impulse purchase space. We actually played this one on the Oculus Rift earlier in the year, and while we were quite impressed with the premise, the voice acting really let it down. Hopefully that's been improved ahead of release, but regardless, we'll bring you a full review next week.
Haven't heard of this one, but that price is going to have to come down quite a bit for me to bite regardless of how good it may be. Already have VR Worlds, Batman, RIGS, Battlezone, and Until Dawn all pre-ordered. Won't have time for anything else anyway, except maybe VR Playroom...and Driveclub...and....
This game seems interesting. You can play it without VR I assume?
That seems offly cheap...how long is the experience? Under 6 hours and i can't justify buying it.
I keep mixing this one up with loading human for some reason. Any ideas if this is a game to purchase or wait for the price drops?
Reviews reviews, gonna be watchin for those VR reviews.
@belmont No, it's a VR game.
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